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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Inhibition of cysteine proteinases by autolytic digestion is mediated by CBP2/Hsp47
Author: Siavash, H
Lopes, M
Norris, K
Hebert, C
Nikitakis, N
Sauk, JJ
Abstract: CBP2/Hsp47 is a glycoprotein normally limited to the ER-Golgi where it is first associated with procollagen chains at a very early point during translation of nascent chains and later with properly folded procollagen. Although CBP2/Hsp47 is regarded as a molecular chaperone belonging to the serpin superfamily, this protein does not appear to inhibit serine proteinases. Here we demonstrate that CBP2/Hsp47 functions in a manner similar to other serpin superfamily members by cross class inhibiting cysteine proteinases. A CBP2/Hsp47 to cathepsin L inactivation stoichiometery of similar to1.5 revealed concurrent cleavage of CBP2/Hsp47 with proteinase inactivation. Cleavage of the CBP2/Hsp47 was shown to occur outside the P-1-P-1' at the P-16-P-15 and P-2'-P-3' bonds. In addition, the proteinase bands in SDS/PAGE diminished on reaction of the enzyme with CBP2/Hsp47. These results sustain a mechanism advocated by Bjork et al. (1998), in which cysteine proteinases assault a peptide bond in the reactive site loop of serpins, (CBP2/Hsp47) adjacent to the P-1-P-1' bonds involved in serine proteinase inhibition. The reaction proceeds with the substrate pathway dominating in the cysteine proteinase reaction. In these complexes the cysteine proteinases, papain and cathepsin L, are rendered more susceptible to proteolysis and are degraded by active enzyme. These properties help explain the mechanism by which CBP2/Hsp47 increases the fidelity of collagen production. Moreover, if CBP2/Hsp47 is shown to involve the multiplexin subclass of collagens, it may further provide a mechanism by which the motogen and angiogenic properties during development and/or neoplasia are regulated.
Subject: CBP2
Hsp47
Serpin
Cathepsin L
Cross Class Inhibition
Cysteine Proteinase
Country: Inglaterra
Editor: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1080/03008200290001294
Date Issue: 2002
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